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The Catapult: A History by Tracey E. Rihll Yardley, PA: Westholme
Mar 26, 2009 versions of the original gastraphetes, shooting sharps.
Two antler crossbow nuts and some notes on the early development
Bauch drückt. Ein gastraphetes (Abb.
Chapter Three
may have been a Gastraphetes, an early type of crossbow.58 The preceding scene crossbow of some type, most likely the Gastraphetes.
The non-torsion catapult, or gastraphetes ("belly- bow": see fig. 1), invented by engineers in the employ of Dionysios of Syracuse in 399 B.C.

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스포츠로 진화한 석궁
공학자, 물리학자, 수학자인 알렉산드리아 출신의 의 헤론이 기록한 '가스트라페테스(gastraphetes)'가 그 기원이라고도 한다.

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Gastraphetes - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
A modern reconstruction of the Greek gastraphetes. The design of the gastraphetes according to Heron of Alexandria (click for details).
The Greek Gastraphetes - YouTube
Jan 6, 2010 The gastraphetes (English translation: "belly-bow") was a hand-held crossbow used by the Ancient Greeks.
ancient greek Gastraphetes - YouTube
Gastraphetes - Deadliest Warrior Wiki - The wiki about everything
Added by ShadowTaleThe Gastraphetes (literally "belly bow" was an Ancient Greek Crossbow. It was the.
Gastraphetes - Γαστραφετης (Ancient Greek Crossbow) | Flickr
Feb 17, 2008 The gastraphetes (Ancient Greek γαστραφέτης, lit. 'belly-bow') was a handheld crossbow, used by ancient Greeks.

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